As he grew older, Feijns bought and collected a lot of other interesting items on instinct, vintage collectibles, lamps and furniture. It wasn’t long before he decided to go into the business. After high school, in 2007, he established his first gallery, MidMod-Design, in a small warehouse on the side of a highway not far from his home in Roosendaal.
His business grew quickly, and exponentially, requiring even larger warehouse spaces. In 2011, he launched a second company, Mass Modern Design aiming to reach and even wider audience because his vision was evolving. Two years later, he moved into his current 5000 square meter (54.000-square-foot) beautifully uncluttered space in Roosendaal, which is also a showcase for thousands of museum-quality pieces of mid-century modern design where the collections of the 2 companies meet.